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Whichaway Camp | Antarctica

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With just six sleeping pods, Whichaway presents an opportunity to stay in a luxury camp in one of the remotest corners of the globe. You will sleep under skies that never get dark and encounter some of the world’s greatest natural wonders.

What we love about the Whichaway Camp

  • The camp is run to strict environmental guidelines, minimising impact on the environment whilst maximising comfort, style and experience
  • With space for just 12 guests, the camp is exclusive and truly a once in a lifetime adventure
  • The six sleeping pods, all of which are heated and spacious with writing desks and private washing facilities
  • The cosy lounge and dining room areas where guests can relax and enjoy excellent food from an award-winning chef
  • The cocktails, made with 1,000 year old ice cubes!

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What to do in Antarctica?

Unlike most expeditions to Antarctica, which focus on cruising the Antarctic peninsula, this expedition takes you deep into the heart of the continent to the South Pole itself.

The overarching ethos at Whichaway Camp is ‘experience as much as you wish or as little as you like’ and the team put high value on making this your adventure to take at whatever pace you wish – this means excursions range from gentle hikes to mighty abseils with ice-picnics, rock climbing and kite skiing in between.

A visit to the Atka Bay Emperor Penguin Colony, where over 10,000 penguins can be found, is not to be missed.

Map & location

Accessible only by private charter flight from Cape Town, you will fly in a Gulfstream G550 Jet into the polar circle. The flying time from Cape Town is approximately five hours.

When to Travel

The extreme Antarctic weather means that the season is short – from November to March. Please get in touch about availability.

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